According to the Chinese lunar calendar, Qixi Festival is a festival observed in Taiwan, Singapore, and other Asian countries on the seventh day of the seventh month, know the 2022 date, meaning and story
Qixi, an annual celebration on which lovers exchange flowers, chocolates, and gifts, has been referred to as the Chinese Valentine’s Day. 
Today marks the #Qixi Festival, which is regarded as Chinese #Valentine's Day.
In folk legends, the Herd-boy and the Weaving-girl, once a happy couple but separated by the Milky Way, will get together on this day.
Wish everyone #Guizhou enjoy a romantic holiday! #China
— DiscoverGuizhou (@DiscoverGuizhou) August 4, 2022

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— hourly heaven official’s blessing (@hourlytgcf) August 4, 2022

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The Doodle for today, Thursday, August 4, honours the holiday known as Chinese Valentine’s Day. 
Fun with Google Doodles: Qixi Festival 2022 #googledoodle
— Allison Baerin (@allisonbaerin) August 3, 2022

Due to the fact that today is not a public holiday, due to its connection to a romantic legend, the day is regarded as one of the most beloved holidays. 
A romantic fable about the oxherd Niulang and a fairy named Zhi Nu, who fell in love despite their differences, is connected to the celebration. The queen mother of the heavens brought her baby girl back to heaven, separating the couple after they had married and had two children. 

The Milky Way, which runs between the Earth and the sky, was first conceived by the queen’s mother as a river to divide her daughter from the oxherd. The Qixi Festival was established when the couple’s anguish was felt throughout the cosmos and the queen permitted their meeting on Magpie Bridge. 
Today is the traditional Chinese festival of #Qixi, also known as Chinese Valentine's Day because of the love story given to the Cowherd and the Weaver Girl. #BNBM wishes that all lovers worldwide be reunited with their loved ones. Home is where love dwells.🏡💞
— CNBM Papua New Guinea (@CNBMPNG) August 4, 2022

A traditional Chinese group #wedding ceremony for 14 couples👩‍❤️‍💋‍👨 has been held in Gaotang County of #Shandong Province to greet the upcoming #Qixi Festival, or Chinese Valentine's Day💕, which falls on August 4 this year.
(Photos by Geng Yongqiang)
— Discover Shandong (@faxianshandong) August 4, 2022

Since the Han Dynasty, the celebration has been observed and has earned the names Double Seventh Festival, Night of the Sevens, and Magpie Festival.  The Qixi festival is a great chance to preserve rituals from the past, get in touch with your cultural roots, and honor your nation’s history and legacy. 
Today marks #Qixi Festival, also known as the Qiqiao or Seventh Moon Festival, or Chinese Valentines Day 💞
This photograph is of celebrations at Changi Road in Singapore, possible Moon Sian King Temple (云仙宫), in around 1950.
🔗: #GoogleDoodle
— Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (@MAACambridge) August 4, 2022

Children gather wildflowers and put them on an ox’s horns as a tribute to the oxen.
One of the most well-liked customs in certain places is women cooking traditional foods. They are also engaged in threading needles in the moonlight, and praying to Zhi Nu to grant their desires. Qiaoguo, a fried pastry composed of oil, flour, sugar, and honey, is one of the customary foods served for the event. 

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As part of certain ancient practices, women spend the day creating a display of various drinks and fruits and reading poetry till the wee hours of the night. Some travel to the mountains to get water in Hunan province. They use this water, which they consider holy, to wash their hair in order to receive Zhi Nu’s blessing. 
Some individuals even go so far as to gather dew, which represents the couple’s tears. It is thought that drinking it will increase their intelligence.
Across the Milky Way🌉the Cowherd meets the Maid
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In addition to Qixi, Chinese people observe other romantic holidays as well. Like the rest of the world, they also observe the customary Valentine’s Day on February 14 and the Lantern Festival during the celebration of the New Year.
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— Lucia (@Lucia44095273) August 4, 2022

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